Your Best Blogging Tip

I seldom reblog, and never two at one time, but I didn’t want to wait on this helpful post. I’ve been blogging for over eight years, and these are some of the best blogging tips I’ve found, and so easy to read. Don’t forget to read the comments, too.

Retirement Reflections

Recently, I asked a group of friends for their #1 blogging tip. While some of their answers surprised me, I’ve already been able to use many of their responses to help with this post. Game changer! Here is what they shared.

Many bloggers said they are less obsessed with stats and ‘must-dos’ than previously. Instead of focusing on numbers (of readership, posts written, etc.), they now focus on the pleasure of writing and genuine interaction. One author shared that she had more subscribers after she took a blogging break than she had before. Win-win!

If you are a blogger and you’ve ever tried to discuss blogging with non-bloggers, you know just how quickly a room can go silent. Having a significant person in your life with whom you can discuss your writing ideas and passion can make a world of difference. And…if that person can proofread, you’ve struck gold.

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Author: Marsha

Hi, I'm Marsha Ingrao, author, blogger and retired teacher/consultant - Promoting Hobby Blogging

8 thoughts on “Your Best Blogging Tip”

    1. I love that, too. My favorite is using Canva for the text in headings to make them pop. You could write an entire post just on that. If you ever want to write a guest post here, I’d love it. I have written several posts on Canva because I am not an artist, and it has opened up new vistas for me. Thanks again for your great post.

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